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U.S. Congress Seeks to Expand Antiboycott Laws While the Qatar Boycott Raises Compliance Concerns

USA - August 1 2017 U.S. antiboycott laws and regulations prohibit U.S. persons from participating in other nations’ economic boycotts that are not sanctioned by the...

Lizbeth C. Rodriguez-Johnson, J. Triplett Mackintosh.

Demystifying Department of Justice Charging Decisions for Computer Crimesthe DOJ Releases its Internal Intake and Charging Policies

USA - November 1 2016 Federal prosecutors rely on the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), 18 U.S.C. 1030, to address the growing threat of cyber-based crimes. On...

Jason A. Crow, C. Matt Sorensen.

U.S. Supports U.N. Lifting of Sanctions, Delists and Lifts Sanctions on Nine Iranian BanksImpact on European-Iranian Commerce

Iran, USA - October 18 2016 On January 17, 2016, as part of the Iranian Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action ("JCPOA"), the Obama administration agreed to support the lifting of...

J. Triplett Mackintosh.

Delaware Bankruptcy Court Holds LLC Operating Agreement Provisions Placing Sole Power in the Company’s Lender to Prevent a Bankruptcy Filing are Void as Against Public Policy

USA - September 13 2016 In an important decision for debtors and creditors alike, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware has ruled that provisions in...

Engels Tejeda, Mona L. Burton.

The final word on Mwangithe Ninth Circuit holds debtor cannot recover alleged damages for a stay violation arising from an administrative freeze on the debtor’s bank account

USA - December 22 2014 The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals recently rendered its decision in the Mwangi case, dealing whether a debtor can assert a claim against his bank...

Kirk S. Cheney, Mona L. Burton.